The Crimprof Multipedia, an online publication of multimedia teaching materials for criminal law and procedure professors created and run by Professors Stephen Henderson and Joseph Thai, has a user base that has surpassed 300 professors worldwide. The Crimprof Multipedia hosts video clips, audio clips, images, original documents, and links to other items for teaching Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure I (investigation), and Criminal Procedure II (adjudication). Like a law textbook, the website accompanies its materials with pedagogical comments and questions. The College of Law hosts the website: http://jackson.law.ou.edu/criminal.
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